Interested in graduate studies in the College of Sciences?
By considering the College of Sciences for your graduate education, you have set high standards for yourself. From world-renowned faculty, to highly ranked programs in fundamental fields, state-of-the-art facilities, and a research ecosystem enriched by Georgia Tech’s deep expertise in diverse science and technology fields, all of our schools offer a graduate education experience that is rich, rigorous, and rewarding.
We urge you to reach out to faculty members working in, or to the school offering, the program of your interest. If you are ready to apply, application information is available here.
We especially welcome underrepresented minority students to our graduate programs. The College of Sciences hosts numerous activities aimed at recruiting an outstanding, inclusive student body. If you need more information, consider attending the Georgia Tech Focus Program to explore opportunities for graduate study. The program is held annually in January during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.
In addition, each fall, we welcome individual students, student organizations, and undergraduate classes to Research Bound in STEM. This program focuses on preparing underrepresented minority students for graduate studies in STEM fields. Space is limited; apply early. For further information, contact Dr. Keith Oden.